Burooj Properties Lay Claim To Sharjahs First Marina With An Investment Of AED 15 Billion
Burooj Properties Has Launched Sharjah Marina With An Investment Of AED 15 Billion Under The Patronage Of His Highness Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed bin Sultan Al Qasimi Crown Prince And Deputy Ruler Of Sharjah.
Burooj Properties has launched Sharjah Marina with an investment of AED 15 billion, under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Sharjah.
The leading UAE real estate company announced the multi-billion dirham project at the "Sharjah International Investment and Real Estate Exhibition: Acres Middle East 2007" being held from 25Â¬-27th December at Sharjah Expo Center.
H.H. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed bin Sultan Al Qasimi emphasized the significance of the project at its inauguration.
Located at Al Khan Peninsula with spectacular views of Palm Deira and Memzar Park, the 10 million sqft Marina with panoramic marine views will stand out as one of the most iconic real estate undertakings featured in the UAE skyline.
Sharjah Marina - a premium community inspired by historic Islamic architecture and specifically designed for people who demand modern facilities without compromising traditional Islamic values - will offer its residents a rare opportunity to live in a community that has been planned to meet the growing needs of the modern family, featuring a variety of housing options and world-class facilities.
â€œSharjah is witnessing a remarkable construction boom attracting huge investments to the Emirate on individual and corporate levels. Sharjah Marina is the finest example of the enlightened philosophy of H.H. Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qassimi, Member of Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah on promoting the Arab art and culture. This philosophy has positioned the Emirate as the cultural capital of the Arab world,â€ said Engineer Salah bin Butty, General Manager, Planning and Survey. â€œWe will render our full support to this project; we will also allow freehold basis ownership for all Arab nationalities.â€
With its stunning architecture, state-of-the-art amenities and strategic location, Sharjah Marina will be one of the UAEâ€™s most significant developments. The project will incorporate a water-front amphitheatre, showcasing all sorts of cultural events. It will also include an architecturally unique mosque surrounded by a landscaped park reflecting its commitment to Islamic principles. The Marina development will have a marina beach club, serene and majestic spas a fitness and tourist center.
Adel Al Zarouni, Managing Director, Burooj Properties, said: â€œThis huge project will confirm Sharjahâ€™s standing as a residential, leisure and business hub, with special emphasis on Islamic values and Arab heritage. We are pleased to synergize our efforts with Sharjah Government to give life to this exciting development that combines modern living with traditional values. Choosing Sharjah to host this unique development stems from our confidence in the competitive traits of this city as a leading destination for businesses and residents alike. Sharjah Marina will be providing a complete set of lifestyle options and we are committing ourselves to the provision of high quality finishing and luxurious amenities.â€
Sharjah Marina combines shopping, entertainment, residential, business and cultural activities within a genuinely styled Arab city environment, all connected with a magnificent water canal.
Easa Altenaijy, CEO, Sharjah Marina Project, said: â€œThe contemporary lifestyle development with a 2,000m x 60m water canal, is surrounded by low-rise buildings specifically modeled in Arab design. The project will also compromise magnificent cultural museums. A total of 2,500 meters of public beach, a family oriented park and wide range of food courts are also planned.â€
Sharjah Marina combines commercial, residential, retail and tourism interests. The project compromises a residential, commercial and entertainment cluster compromising four hotels based on Arab style. The project will also feature one of the largest malls in the Emirate.
Altenaijy added: â€œThe project adopts four prime Islamic architectural themes including Damascus, Turkish, Andalusia and the Gulf. It has been designed on the Al Khan peninsula to further promote family-tourism in Sharjah. Roads were also studied in order to streamline transportation within the marina.â€